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Teaching Mexican historiy Online
the Teaching Committee is one of the special committees organised by the Conference for the History of Latin America (CLAH) of the American Association of History (AHA). In order to help improve the teaching of Latin American history — in the United States but also through the Internet in other coun...
Challenges for a sovereign and inclusive development model in Latin America: winning trials
Call organised by the Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO), the Metropolitan University for Education and Work (UMET) and the Future Institute — Marco Aurélio Garcia (Imag)
SDG 17: Alliances to achieve the objectives. Part b
Marianela Jarroud of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) spoke about SDG 17. Stresses the importance of indicators for measuring and monitoring the SDGs in the region. The capacities differ, however, to produce data and indicators needed, with SDGs 1, 3, 7 and 8 havin...
SDG 10: Reducing inequalities
Simone Cecchini, Senior Social Affairs Officer of the Social Development Division of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) spoke about SDG 10. Reducing inequality between and within countries requires an understanding of the social and economic processes that generate i...
Does it create jobs to reduce labour costs?
Religious experience in advanced modernity: comparative analysis of two Chilean films
Summary This article investigates the nature of religious experience as embodied in contemporary Latin American culture. With this in mind, he presented the study of two recent Chilean films (La passión de Michelangelo, 2012, and El Cristo ciego, 2016) featured by two characters with chronic charact...
Home of America — Can 5G improve access to education and culture?
debate ‘Can 5G improve access to education and culture?’ within the cycle ‘What do we know about 5G in Latin America?’ In the second session of the cycle, we addressed the field of education and culture, where recent technological developments are crucial and which especially in Latin America poses...
Home of America — What was the sandinism?
conversation ‘What was of sandinism?’. On 19 July 1979, the Sandinista Revolution triumph overthrow Somoza. It was the latest armed revolution in Latin America’s most recent history and received with great enthusiasm inside and outside Nicaragua’s borders. In this digital debate, we looked at how it...
Criticism of the law and the State against the reconfiguration of the capital: thought and praxis
From possible insights into global dynamics and their contradictions, the studies promoted by the Nuestroamerican Association of Interdisciplinary Studies of Legal Critics have at their core the analysis of the state and law; they form part of critical studies of the critical right in the sense of c...
Comparative analysis of relations between China and Latin America, the cases of Chile and Venezuela
[ES] The growing importance of China is altering the world order and questioning the hegemony of the major Western powers. The Asian country has experienced an incredible evolution over the past thirty-40 years, from a closed and fully planned economy by the state, to a socialist market system, whic...
Ernesto Laclau and educational research in Latin America: implications and ownership of the political analysis of the speech
Rosa Nidia Buenfil offers in this book a rich and complex map that brings us closer to the intellectual history of recent decades, seen from the perspective of the developments of post-structuralism and post-marxism in the theoretical field of education. In doing so, it gives citizenship to theoreti...
Ethnic identification categories? in Latin America: history and political action
The naming event, assigning a category that allows different subjects to be identified under the same line, often has important policy implications. In these actions, we find specialists in the study of human societies (anthropologists, sociologists, lawyers, historians, etc.), the actors identified...
Neither pluricultural nor multicultural, nor plurinational. A proposal for the emancipation of the Aymara, Quechua and Kichwa
The article shows how the paradigm of State, in all its political and historical aspects, has denied the identity and humanity of the Aymaras and Quechuas in Bolivia; as well as the Kichwas in Ecuador. This has been done in a continuous and prolonged form culminating in structural oppr...
Video: The Americans: Political emotions and struggle for citizenship, by Manuel Lucena
History of unique characters that set the direction of Latin American events: a realistic gallery of portraits calling for the right to be understood in their historical context, to be recovered by studying existing documentation, to be seen as what they actually were and meant in each period. A lon...
The myths and realities of the Latin American university
The text below shows a blueprint, as a working document, allowing a discussion on the myths and realities of the Latin American university. It summarises the questions that have been raised in this regard.
Critical readings on training of indigenous professionals in Mexico and Latin America (Gabriela Czarny, Cecilia Navia and Gisela Salinas (coords.))
Communication/education in Latin America: an approach from institutions and technologies in education
Target Summary: The article proposes a rapprochement with the academic field of communication/education in Latin America by examining the role of three institutions, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO); the Latin American Association of Communication Researc...
Towards a theory of administration in Latin America?
summary The aim of this article is to investigate what administrative and technical discipline has evolved, or as an episteme, in the Latin American context. It is suggested that the Latin American theory of the administration faces a double problem: epistemological, due to its lack of consistency a...
Vargas Llosa, Mario. Recios times, Barcelona: Alfaguara, 2019.
Review of legal literature research in some higher education institutions in Latin America
Summary: this revision article deals with practices around the literality of law training in some Latin American universities. To this end, the way in which different theoretical and conceptual perspectives have been used to talk about textual understanding and production in the legal field, in high...
Discrimination in an automated society: Contributions from Latin America
Summary: Does the current Latin American legislation adequately protect people against discrimination through the use of automated decision-making artificial intelligence systems and how should an effective legal framework be set up in this area? On the basis of these questions, this article analyse...
African descendants in Latin America and poverty in the context of the Millennium Development Goals
The aim of this work is to describe how poverty affects African descent in Latin America, based on analysis of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) presented by the United Nations at the beginning of this decade, for which the cases of Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador are analysed. In addition to des...
Bernardo Monteagudo and the ‘Americas, which was unfortunately called Spanish before’
This article seeks to rebuild, by reading the dialogue between Atahualpa and Fernando VII in the Elíseos campos in 1809, and the taxonomic problem that is delineated there in relation to the term ‘Americas’, the intellectual and social environment of Latin America pre-independence, as this could hav...
Ivana Frasquet Miguel, The faces of the eagle: from Gaditan liberalism to the Mexican federal republic, 1820-1824, Castelló de la Plana, Universitat Jaume I/Instituto Mora/Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana/Universidad Veracruzana, 2008, 382 p.
In the run-up to the commemoration of the bicentenary of Spanish-American independence, the work described here is a particularly interesting interpretation of the birth and first steps of the Mexican national state. The author takes a distance from some recent interpretations, which underline the u...
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